David Houle

David Houle is one of the Co-Founders and Managing Director of the Institute. David Houle is a futurist, thinker and speaker. Houle spent more than 20 years in media and entertainment. He has worked at NBC, CBS and was part of the senior executive team that created and launched MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 and CNN Headline News.


Our First Webinar of the Fall is Next Week!



On Thursday September 3 from 2-3:30 we will take a look into the future of K-12 education.  The name of the webinar is “The Future of K-12 Education in an Era of Great Reset”.


We have a distinguished panel of thought leaders who have spent all their professional careers in leadership positions in the world of education.  First is Becky Van de Bogert, an Institute Advisory Board Member, author, consultant and former Superintendent of Schools, Randy Ziegnefuss, Ed.D., Superintendent, Salisbury Township School District (PA), and Steven Turckes, FAIA, ALEP, LEED AP, K-12 Principal Perkins-Will.


This timely webinar will look at the urgent need to completely transform K-12 education globally. The lens of living in a time of pandemic has accelerated this urgent need for fundamental change. What will K-12 students need to know for the 2030s and where and how will they be taught this new curricula?


The details of the symposium can be found on the landing page


Please remember that all our programming is now on-line and available to members only!  This is one of the reasons we have made our membership so low in cost.  For only $125 a year a member can access 10 webinars and 2 virtual symposiums.  All programming can be accessed either live or can be found archived behind the member sign-in wall.


If you are a member, make sure to sign in and register for this symposium.  If you are NOT a member, now is the time to become one.  Simply go to the web site and click on Become a Member and follow the directions.


The Institute welcomes members and new members to learn about and envision what the future of K-12 education might look like in this early third of the 21st century.